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  • The NBA in 2014: Donald Sterling exits, Steve Ballmer arrives

    The NBA in 2014: Donald Sterling exits, Steve Ballmer arrives
    A review of the NBA in the year 2014. The highs • Waving goodbye to "The Donald." Months of chaos commenced with the text message "Let the games began" aimed at Clippers owner Donald Sterling by V. Stiviano, his estranged companion who...
  • Seahawks show Cardinals what a Super Bowl team looks like, 35-6

    The Phoenix area is already preparing for February's Super Bowl, with tickers all over town counting down the days to the NFL's championship game. But if the Arizona Cardinals hope to be there when the tickers hit zero, they have a lot of work to do. In...
  • The Times' boys' basketball rankings

    The Times' boys' basketball rankings
    A look at the top 25 high school boys' basketball teams in the Southland: Rk. School (W-L) Comment (last week's ranking) 1 REDONDO (8-2) Showed in Las Vegas it is a team to reckon with. (7) 2 BISHOP MONTGOMERY (7-0) Passing every test so far. (4)...
  • NBA in 2015: Clippers need playoff help, Lakers need more than that

    NBA in 2015: Clippers need playoff help, Lakers need more than that
    Everyone knows market size rarely matters in the NBA. The San Antonio Spurs won their fifth title last season while the Lakers and New York Knicks combined for roughly 12 million in population and zero playoff games. Who could have seen that coming?...
  • No. 1 Kentucky dominates from the start in 83-44 rout of UCLA

    While No. 1 Kentucky was scoring the first 24 points of the game against UCLA on Saturday, on the CBS broadcast, Verne Lundquist noted, "Kentucky fans are hoping for a shutout." It was unclear whether the comment was made in jest. There is no mercy rule...
  • Rebecca Lowe of NBC shares her views on football

    Rebecca Lowe of NBC shares her views on football
    Since her debut as host of NBC's coverage of the English Premier League last year, London-born journalist Rebecca Lowe has earned a devout following among soccer fans in the U.S. And she'll be a constant presence during the holiday season, with NBC...
  • Suspension likely for Lakers' Nick Young, who for once isn't talking

    Suspension likely for Lakers' Nick Young, who for once isn't talking
    Nick Young doesn't know where he stands with the NBA. He's probably suspended for a game even though nothing was announced Saturday. He definitely knows where he stands with his coach. "Yeah, I talked to him," Byron Scott said. How did that go?...
  • Centennial battles but loses to De La Salle

    Centennial battles but loses to De La Salle
    For pure entertainment value, Saturday night's CIF state championship Open Division bowl game between Corona Centennial and Concord De La Salle at StubHub Center provided more oohs and ahhs than any roller coaster ride. It was tied 7-7, 14-14, 28-28,...
  • Great prep football season ends with a bang

    Great prep football season ends with a bang
    After 16 weeks of high school football, it was only fitting that the final game Saturday night produced moments of madness, mayhem and magnificence. Concord De La Salle's 63-42 victory over Corona Centennial (it was a football game with a basketball...
  • UCLA will try to contain Kansas State's option offense in Alamo Bowl

    UCLA will try to contain Kansas State's option offense in Alamo Bowl
    Exotic is not a word often used to describe anything from Manhattan, Kan. But UCLA Coach Jim Mora applied it to Kansas State's offense, calling it "more exotic than Arizona." As a travel agent, that would be setting the bar low. As a defensive-minded...
  • Injured Ducks to take time to heal before returning to ice

    As tempting as it is to want to play at the first sign of health, Ducks right wing Corey Perry and defenseman Francois Beauchemin are also weighing the misery of missing even more games. So on Sunday, Beauchemin, out since suffering a broken finger...